House Speaker Pelosi may well take it to the brink, but President Trump wants to put the needs of American workers first, before any hate-rooted vendetta or lust for power.
Trump is threatening to sign a sweeping executive order tomorrow if Democrats don’t agree to a relief bill:
NY POST – President Trump said Thursday he plans to sign sweeping executive orders “tomorrow afternoon” if Democrats won’t agree to a new coronavirus stimulus bill.
Trump says he’s ready to revive a moratorium on evictions and a federal supplement for unemployment insurance, both of which lapsed last month. He also floated a temporary payroll tax cut and action on student loans.
“I’ve notified my staff to continue working on an Executive Order with respect to Payroll Tax Cut, Eviction Protections, Unemployment Extensions, and Student Loan Repayment Options,” Trump tweeted.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows previously gave Democrats a Friday afternoon deadline to make concessions.
Mark Levin does too, as he tweeted this morning that Trump should “end the Democrats’ blackmail, extend unemployment and temporarily drop payroll taxes by executive order”:
FWIW, my advice, end the Democrats’ blackmail, extend unemployment and temporarily drop payroll taxes by executive order, and go to political war against them and Biden everyday up to the election and crush them.https://t.co/dvhBHhUXQ2
— Mark R. Levin (@marklevinshow) August 6, 2020
I seriously doubt Pelosi will pay any attention to this, but I hope Trump is serious.
Mark Levin offered his hope and advice to the President to follow through on the threat and “end the Democrats blackmail.”